I have previously been to escape rooms around town but what stood out for me at the Casa Loma escape rooms was the intricacies and well thought out puzzles. Needless to say the setting was wonderful. We played the "Escape from the Tower" and found the actors engaging and the props and sets helped to set the tone and immerse the players in the game.Adrienne Wai
My only critique is the number of players per room. Unless you have 14-16 people ready to go with you, you'll be playing with strangers. Our group started out working well together but as people got more comfortable, they also became more domineering and took some of the fun out of the game. While there is plenty of space for 14-16 people in the tower, your experience can be very much dictated by the group you are with.
At the end of the night, my friend and I had a lot of fun and would return but this time with our own group of friends. Well done Casa Lom
Just did the Bootlegger escape last night with 15 friends! It was awesome! I've done two escape games before but they don't compare! It was much harder than I expected but so much fun and really well executed, I can't wait to try another one soon!Charlie De Silva
It was awesome! This was my favorite of the 3 games with I've played with this company. The historic location made the puzzles even better!Lesley Mathis
I'm still on a high from last night. The story line, the live actors, the special effects were amazing! The best one I've been too. Looking forward to the Bootlegger game.Julianna Tso
This was my fourth time playing an escape room game, it was a blast! By far the best one I have done so far in Toronto. The production value is high compared to others I have been to, and the actors really add to the experience. It was challenging and fun! I can't wait to try the other games with my friends, we all agreed that we want to go again. Thank you for a great game!Sara Gabrielle
Wow what an experience. I got to admit when I first found out that there would be live actors I was skeptical and thought they would be annoying….they weren’t what a brilliant idea. My group came in at night so the darkness made Casa Loma dark, mysterious and spooky! We managed to solve the puzzle and saved thousands of lives but we did not escape in time (just needed 2 more minutes). My group is already planning for our return trip to try out the other rooms. The only suggestion I have is (without giving away the room) to possibly pause the time when we are traversing stairs or waiting on doors to open? Especially with large groups they are more concerned with getting up and down the stairs safely. Also with large groups have to wait until everyone gets to the room before actor can start their monologue . Every second counts and may eat into our time. Other than that the puzzles were fantastic, well thought out and challenging, can’t wait to come back!Jeff Poon